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April 1935 Popular Science Cover Print

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This retro-futuristic orange monorail—powered by propeller—was one of many nascent “inventions” interpreted by Edgar F. Wittmack, who painted most of Popular Science’s covers during The Great Depression. Its Ohio-based inventor believed the strange train would be able to balance on old-fashioned railways, avoiding the need to lay down new tracks to make way for the monorail revolution. 

  • Cover art sourced directly from the Popular Science archive.
  • Museum-quality poster printed on premium matte paper.
  • Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging.
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